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SqWires

SqWires

Built into part of the renovated Western Wire Products factory in Lafayette Square, SqWires focuses on simple, spirited food.
Tick Tock Tavern

Tick Tock Tavern

Thanks to south city entrepreneurs, Tick Tock Tavern received a refreshing revival, opening for the first time since the '90s in its original space. For a snack, just head next door to Steve's Hot Dogs for a wiener with the works.
Unkle Munkey's Coin Club

Unkle Munkey's Coin Club

Traditional American comfort food, beer and a full bar await inside this family-friendly Edwardsville "beercade" alongside more than forty classic arcade cabinets, pinball machines and amusements

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  • Area IV

    Area IV

    5918 Hampton Ave. St. Louis, MO 63109
    314-481-4122

    Though its name is right out of an action/sci-fi flick, Area IV is actually a down-to-earth, delightful dive located on the western boundary of the Princeton Heights neighborhood. We couldn't help but notice a theme here: A staggering number of police badges line all four walls of the interior, the bartender looks like a cop and there's even a small party of off-duty lawmen hunched conspiratorially over a corner table. Although sports play on the television mounted above the bar, the real entertainment is found in the patrons. The bartender smiles and rattles a pair of handcuffs at a woman who ostensibly just told a lude joke. There's an infectious cheer in the air here. Just remember to mind your pints and quarts; otherwise, you might be leaving in a squad car. Read more about Area IV >>

  • Barney

    Barney's Sports Pub

    6027 Chippewa St. St. Louis, MO 63109
    314-457-0240

    Upon entering Barney's Sports Pub, a favorite watering hole in the Lindenwood Park neighborhood, one immediately feels welcome. Something about the dim lighting, unassuming décor, cozy booths, friendly faces and the nostalgia of Kurt Cobain's voice filling the air does something to soothe the spirit. Sure, it's primarily a sports bar, but Barney's is a place where everyone can feel comfortable. Come as you are and order a drink and enjoy some good conversation without the usual fuss over finding the perfect outfit that comes standard with most nights out. With luxuries like a row of dart boards, a pool table, several televisions, a long-lost-friend's-basement-esque vibe, and (perhaps most importantly) cheap drinks, Barney's Sports Pub is the type of neighborhood haunt that you wish you had in your neighborhood. Read more about Barney's Sports Pub >>

  • Black Derby Saloon

    Black Derby Saloon

    3701 S. Kingshighway St. Louis, MO 63109
    314-351-7575

    Ask proprietress, bartender extraordinaire and little old lady (named [what else?] Doris) where the best place in Saint Louis is to play darts, and she'll give you a slightly cantankerous look and tell you that you're standin' in it -- the Black Derby Saloon. And Doris wouldn't even be embellishing. With ten pristine, well-lit dartboards fastidiously lined against the south wall, plus a healthy supply of sturdy, no-nonsense steel-tipped regulation darts, the accoutrements in this Kingshighway hole-in-the-wall are enough to make even the most hardened of dart enthusiasts pirouette with glee. Pair them with good company and cold beer, and you'll have yourself a bullseye. Read more about Black Derby Saloon >>

  • Cotter

    Cotter's

    4610 S. Kingshighway St. Louis, MO 63109
    314-351-5058

    http://www.myspace.com/cotterssportsbar Conveniently located at the nexus of Southampton, Princeton Heights and Bevo Mill; festively decorated to inspire maximum cheer; and enthusiastically welcoming to all who enter, Cotter's Sports Bar is a rightfully favorite south-side dive. If the 22 feet of regulation-sized shuffleboard doesn't entice you, the cheap drinks and friendly bartender will. Offering extraordinary happy-hour specials, such as $1 beers and well drinks for ladies every Tuesday night, the bar definitely knows how to attract a crowd. And what better way to entertain a crowd than with karaoke? Arguably the nonpareil of St. Louis karaoke bars, Cotter's features - count 'em - four opportunities every week to belt out '80s power ballads and other rambunctious tunes. Read more about Cotter's >>

  • Double D's Den

    5204 Hampton Ave. St Louis, MO 63109
    314-481-4794

  • The Famous Bar

    The Famous Bar

    5213 Chippewa Saint Louis, MO 63109
    314-832-2211

    http://www.thefamousbar.com The drink is the thing at Famous Bar. You may not find the ambitious pre-Prohibition cocktails that everyone and their mother is trying to do these days, but you will find a solid menu of martinis, margs, shots, cocktails and (oh yeah!) kick-ass, multiple-award-winning bloody marys. The Famous Bar is designed for drinking and flirting and laughing and dancing. And by punning on the name of the long-lost department store just a few blocks down the street, the Famous Bar achieves genius. Read more about The Famous Bar >>

  • Gino's Bar Roma

    4502 Hampton Ave. St Louis, MO 63109
    314-351-4187

  • Johnny Gitto

    Johnny Gitto's

    6997 Chippewa St. St. Louis, MO 63109
    314-781-8111

    http://www.charliegittos.com The Gitto family name in St. Louis is synonymous with Italian food. Please note, however, that Johnny's is a jewel of a different cut from Charlie's. The menu features familiar Italian food, including salads, pastas, pizza, and risotto, but this River Des Peres outpost is better known for late night libations and wall-to-wall crowds. At around 10 p.m., Johnny Gitto's turns into one of those curious institutions that we call “a 3 a.m.” Those showing up after midnight will find loud music, and St. Louisians of all stripes vying for their chance to shine on the karaoke stage. Designated driver beware: Johnny's does have parking, but as the night wears on, finding a spot is tricky indeed. Read more about Johnny Gitto's >>

  • La Rocca's

    3725 S. Kingshighway Blvd. St Louis, MO 63109
    314-353-5522

  • Santorini's Bar & Grill

    4500 Hampton Ave. St Louis, MO 63109
    314-351-9077

  • Southtown Pub

    Southtown Pub

    3707 S Kingshighway St. Louis, MO 63109
    314-832-9009

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/South-Town-Pub-and-Grill/198688854882 Southtown Pub is a friendly south-city hangout with plenty of character. Drinks are cheap, there's a Golden Tee machine tucked next to the bar and every seat is occupied by a regular, chattering away like it's a family reunion. In other words, you're on the south side. The place is as unpretentious as bars get, and the Pabst-swilling hipsters roam freely among the Bud heavy-drankin' baseball-capped frequent flyers. A sign above the bar reads: "We don't serve women, bring your own." Not the worst advice we've ever heard at a place like this. Read more about Southtown Pub >>

  • Southtown Pub

    3707 S. Kingshighway Blvd. St Louis, MO 63109
    314-832-9009

  • Stan

    Stan's Bar

    5007 Macklind Ave. Saint Louis, MO 63109
    314-481-9990

    Stan's (formerly Keith's) Bar is a bustling south-side dive filled with friendly regulars and friendlier bartenders. Cold domestic beer flows from the well-worn taps and hearty grub arrives quickly. Natural light from the fenestrated front wall illuminates framed posters of classic hard rock bands while sports play on a number of televisions. A reportedly raucous karaoke night takes place every Friday night on the corner stage. Come for the comfortable atmosphere and the twelve-hour happy hour from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.; stay to watch your friend humiliate herself as she belts out "Hit Me with Your Best Shot" in front of bemused spectators. Read more about Stan's Bar >>

  • Weber

    Weber's Bar

    6632 Macklind Ave. St. Louis, MO 63109
    314-352-4001

    This cozy Princeton Heights hole in the wall is a drinker's dream. Forgoing the flash and tired bombast of many "hip" night spots, Weber's focuses on what matters most: cheap drinks, friendly service and a warm atmosphere. The bar just makes you feel welcome, allowing patrons to unwind without feeling the desire to impress. If you've grown weary of novelty, and you enjoy daily happy-hour specials on already inexpensive drinks, Weber's might just be your new favorite place to drink. Read more about Weber's Bar >>

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